7 ft reinforced fence that allowed us to have 3 fenced play yards.
One of Marlene’s grandchildren was a student of Alice’s Husband. He introduced them and she began to do YouTube Videos for all pups. Set up out of state transports.
The puppy house was renovated to be able to house puppies indoors. Whole area retiled, drywalled and painted.
All kennels and storage buildings built.
Money came from personal funds, car auctions and community. Pipe creek water well donated holding tanks for water.
There was a conflict between the non profit status and an animal control facility.
Adoption trailer and truck was purchased. To try and get dogs adopted.
We took a trailer load – 60 cats to Magnolia, TX a no kill shelter.
Marlene got a call from a dispatcher at the Sheriff Department. Do you want to manage the animal control service for Bandera? CCPAL was given access to the property to operate it.
We got our 501(c) non profit status and officially become CCPAL
Marlene was working with another organization and was frustrated they wouldn’t take black dogs to an adoption event. She wound up rounding up 23 black dogs and taking them home with her. Those dogs were the first dogs CCPAL adopted out.